Text Source: HariMag (translated from Italian)
Images by Antonio Leanza
Madeinmedi hosts the founder of the London School of Photography
Madeinmedi this year opened its doors to the world of photography. Students from the Department of Photography will be present at the event with some of their work inside the exhibition. Young, future talented photographers will be able to gain new stimuli from Antonio Leanza, founder of the London School of Photography, who will be present at the show. Antonio, born Sicilian, brings with him forty years of artistic and profound photographic activity. After years of teaching and living in London, he opened the London School of Photography in early 2000. Madeinmedi wants to Award Antonio’s unshakable resolve in sharing his know-how, his vision and experience with cultures other than ours.
Camila Cavalcante is a visual artist and one of LSP keen trainers. She has been chosen to show her new project, Scar, for the first time in the UK at the Hidden Door Festival, in Edinburgh.
The festival is a not for profit arts organization that opens urban spaces as a platform for new and emerging artists, musicians, theatre makers, film makers and poets.
The festival has a public of over 10.000 and Camila is the only artist working with Photography.
In the previous post about photography books, I confessed my obsession with collecting them, so here is another book from which I have learned a lot:
Teach Yourself Photography from the author Lee Frost.
Lee is regarded as one of the world’s best-selling photography authors. It’s hard to put a figure on just how many copies of his books have sold, but apparently it’s well over half a million.
Text and images by Val Masferrer Oliveira
I started photographing in 1982. Since then it has always been the way I choose to express myself, including during the time I was working in advertising and design.
It was a hobby until I started the Professional Photography Course at LSP. There, I was able to turn a passion into business.
In December last year we prepared an e-book with a selection of Photo Tips & Assignments that have been published on a monthly basis since 2012.
They have been selected from the best of our Newsletter, reviewed and updated and include some of the winning photographs as well.
Some of you contacted us to make it available in the blog as well, so here is the link for download:
Photography is everywhere.
More accessible than ever before, taking pictures is now part of our daily lives.
We document everything: from what we eat at breakfast to the book we read at night.
Taking photos has become so natural that we forget how using a camera can be a tool to help us see life in a different way.
In composition, we can often improve the way a scene looks by adjusting how we’re looking at it. Learning to see things from varied angles and perspectives can only have a positive impact in every other aspect of our lives.
There is one thing that demanded a lot of practice in the analogue days of photography: FOCUS.
Since its advent, photography has seen many focusing methods:
There were fixed lenses with fixed focus, then the rangefinder-type of focusing, then the split screen focusing and finally came the “loved by all” Auto Focus.
Have you ever thought of opening your own photography business?
While for some it might be a goal very far away, there are people determined enough to, not only get there, but excel and become very successful.
Teresa Walton had a dream.
Read her testimonial from the first steps into becoming a professional photographer and find some tips on how to take a great professional headshot:
Here are the best, hand picked for you, from National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Contest
At the start of the Odyssey, Homer calls upon the muses for inspiration, so if you feel uninspired, just think that even the greats felt exactly like you do.
In photography there are many sources of inspiration, but few can compete with National Geographic.
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